I did not mention your name in the prophecy, why claim it for yourself? – Jesus Ahoufe quizzes Shatta Wale

Jesus Ahoufe, the pastor who dropped doom prophecy on the life of Shatta Wale has said he did not mention the artiste’s name in the said prophecy.

According to him, he rarely reveals the identity of whom his prophecies will concern on radio or television thus it was not factual that he mentioned Shatta Wale’s name in the prophecy.

Bishop Stephen Kwesi Appiah of the New Life Kingdom Chapel in a radio interview on Accra FM in September said a famous Ghanaian artist would die after a gun attack on him on October 18, 2021.

According to him, the artiste would be shot and would not make it alive. Pressed further by the journalist, Jesus Ahoufe revealed on the show that the artiste had “Charles” as part of his official name.

It was then concluded by the journalist and listeners of that particular show that Jesus Ahoufe was clearly referring to Shatta Wale since he was the only recognized Ghanaian artiste with “Charles” part of his official name: “Charles Nii Armah Mensah Jnr.

However, Jesus Ahoufe in a recent interview with Peace FM fowlloing the hoax that was created which resulted in the arrest and bail of the artist, his accomplices and himself, he said the prophecy was not categorically directed at Shatta Wale.

“I’ve had several prophecies about prominent people, but I don’t say them on the air; instead, I usually tell them to them personally.”

I didn’t mention Shatta Wale’s name in this case. I only mentioned Charles. I didn’t expect him to take it personally. I was surprised to learn that what I said had gone viral, including reports that Shatta Wale would die on October 18.

“I will not hold anyone responsible because I believe it is God’s will.” “I was in the same vehicle as Shatta Wale on my way to court, and he said after the case, we will become friends,” he added.

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